Decent, safe, and sanitary standard relies on local codes.
Subsidized housing program requirements may apply.
Transportation offered to all displaced persons.
The new regulations greatly enhance pre-displacement business planning, but there are also several new aspects relevant to residential displacement in this subpart
The definition for "decent, safe, and sanitary" was revised slightly and linked closely to local codes and ordinances.
The subsidized housing program requirements work and contrast with URA benefits for private housing.
The requirement to offer transportation was always in place, but it now is clarified that it applies to all displaced persons, not just handicapped or elderly. This can be accomplished in various ways, including providing cab fare, etc.